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What could be…

What could be…

This slowing down, changing the way we interact with the world, with each other.  We are all thinking about it. Are you getting things done at home that have been waiting for your attention? Pile of ironing…done. Papers to file…done. Clean the closets…done. Read that...

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Masks…what day is it anyway?

Masks…what day is it anyway?

So, I missed writing last week. It is really hard to know what day it is. I lost track. This week I have been making masks for family members in the medical field. It took a lot of research to find what might be an effective mask. Viruses are so small they can wiggle...

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SCI-Fi-LIVE

SCI-Fi-LIVE

Here we are, somewhere in the future… already. The world as we knew it has morphed. Where two or three are gathered together…is not recommended. Wash your hands for 20-30 seconds with SOAP.  Better than antibacterial sanitizer which must be 60% alcohol, read the...

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#Maker Faire SA -March 21, 11-3

This month, on Saturday, March 21st, I will be at the Maker Faire SA at the Central Library, 600 Soledad, San Antonio, TX.  I will be “Sewing In Public” (SIP) with you.  We will begin a new community quilt made from scraps and strips with no plan in mind.  It’s...

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What’s Your Story?

What’s Your Story?

Everybody has a story …or two. IMHO, it’s the listening part of storytelling  that is the most healing. Being heard is what we all require. We can say, “Yes, you are beside me and I hear you.” I first became aware of this in a conscious way just before my...

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A collection of shirts from childhood to young adult makes for a variety of widths to consider in the design process. Each T-shirt quilt is a puzzle. ...

18 hours in and I have the t-shirts cut and faced. Now the design process begins! ...

Kittens with eyeliner. ...

#petportrait to be delivered tomorrow. Jake-ie is a sweetheart! Thank you for your patience, Sarah Fischman, while I took a break from making art to sew some masks. Getting back in the swing as much as possible. Stay safe everyone! 😷 ...

Starting a quilt! So much preparation, but oh so worth it! ...

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